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Worst WordPress hole for five years affects 86% of sites

An estimated 86 per cent of WordPress websites harbour a dangerous cross-site scripting (XSS) hole in the popular comment system plugin, in what researcher Jouko Pynnonen calls the most serious flaw in five years. 464 more words

Security

Cross-Site Scripting and Why You May Already Have Been a Victim

Today, I’m going to talk a little bit about website security and one of the most common forms of website attacks: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS).

According to Acunetix… 492 more words

Hacking

Dangers of The Internet

“Teh Internets

Many of us use the internet every day. Multiple times a day. Multiple… multiple times…

We do it because the internet is awesome. 1,091 more words

Internet

Glimpse breaks Request Validation

In a previous post I mentioned that we’d recently integrated ASP.NET MVC side by side with ASP.NET WebForms.

We’ve been doing some more testing lately, this time with a focus on data input validation and realised that… 767 more words

Development

Gmail Now Protects Your Inbox From Malevolent Extensions

A popular service like Gmail inevitably becomes a target for hackers. Over the years, Google has made quite a few security improvements, such as requiring HTTPS connections to prevent others from getting access to your email. 163 more words

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Gmail Now Protects Your Inbox From Malevolent Extensions

A popular service like Gmail inevitably becomes a target for hackers. Over the years, Google has made quite a few security improvements, such as requiring HTTPS connections to prevent others from getting access to your email. 163 more words

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DataSoft Nova Anti-reconnaissance System 13.10.0 || Stored XSS (script injection via emulated honeypot telnet instance)

Product Summary:

Nova (DataSoft) is an Open Source (GPL) software application for preventing and detecting hostile Network Reconnaissance. It does this by first creating a large array of thin virtual machines on the target network (known as the Haystack). 355 more words

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